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Beast and the Hare

Map & Directions 1001 Guerrero
San Francisco, CA 94110
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415-821-1001
  • American, New American
  • Sun 10am-2pm, Tue-Sat 5pm-10pm
  • All Major Credit Cards
  • Wheelchair Accessible, Kid Friendly
  • Brunch, Dinner
  • Beer/Wine
  • Online Reservations Available
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SF Weekly's Description

You can smell the meat pride steaming off the new American menu of Beast and the Hare, a Cookie Monster-colored Mission neighborhood bistro whose chef-owner, Ian Marks, loves playing with sustainably sourced meat. The species count of a single meal may hit the double-digits, and Marks' hearty food too easily veers into shlubby; order at least two salads as a gout-prevention measure. Marks' charcuterie ― rabbit rillettes submerged in pork fat, smoked duck slices, curls of paprika-crusted coppa ― is superb, his fried chicken with porky collards merits a visit, and the servers understand exactly the kind of welcome a neighborhood restaurant should extend.

 
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  • AskMen on 11/25/10

    The best things to recommend are the planned late-night nibbles, & the libations menu. Vegetarians: There's plenty of cheese and delicious produce on the menu too.

  • Grub Crawl on 03/02/11

    For our Grub Crawl, they served us smoked duck breast charcuterie, brasola charcuterie, and spicy/crispy chicken wings! All delicious! www.GrubCrawl.com

  • judy on 01/08/12

    Eat brunch here. Fried chicken and Johnnycake. Steak and eggs. Duck confit hash. Mmm. Meat.

  • June L. on 11/02/11

    The oysters are buttery and the staff is too!

  • Stephanie on 04/30/13

    Bone marrow, duck bolognese, and Kobe steak are winners here! Yum.

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